SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1994 – SATURDAY DECEMBER 31, 1994Domestic Arrangement, Andrea Blum’s first solo show in New York City, presented a group of works that used furniture to explore issues around the relationship between public and private space. Moving away from large public projects that have a direct sociological and/or historical relationship to the site, Blum focused instead on the investigation of site and audience on a more intimate scale, choosing to examine psycho-social behavior through the iconography of furniture. By addressing the social situations in which one is placed as a result of design (such as the “love seat” or “gossip chair”), Blum encouraged the viewer to examine the inherent complexities of design in public and private settings.The catalog of the exhibition was published in 1997 by Stroom, the Hague Center for Visual Arts. Some excerpt can be viewed at: https://www.printedmatter.org/catalog/9997/
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